This course provides students opportunities to work in paid or unpaid positions in which they apply
paralegal skills and knowledge. This course requires six hours of class room instruction and a minimum of
one hundred and thirty (130) hours of practical experience in the legal field, including work in law
offices, municipal courts, banks, insurance companies, and governmental agencies, and with district and
circuit court judges. Upon course completion, students
will be able to apply in real-work settings competencies obtained in the PRL curriculum.
PRL 101, PRL 102, and PRL 262